Rob is wondering if there's any danger in using his BlueAnt bluetooth device mounted on his visor. Leo says not at all. Worst case scenario is that it could fly off and hit him on the forehead. There's really no risk with radiation or any other frequency issues.
Johnny Jet joins Leo to talk about the SFO crash and how Twitter (hashtag #sfo) is always the best place for breaking news. Johnny says it reminds him of the miracle on the Hudson where Captain Sullenberger managed to land his plane on the Hudson and saved most everyone safely. The same is true here, and it's really an amazing miracle. Johnny also recommends going to fly.faa.gov to find out flight delay information if you're traveling to or from SFO today. Sign up for flight alerts from you airline on Twitter, as well.
Fred is concerned about the studies done that show alarming numbers of kids who text and drive. Leo says it's more than just texting though, there are a lot of things people do while driving that is equally as dangerous. In general, Leo believes we are more and more distracted in our lives and cell phones do contribute to it. The NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) in December recommended a full ban on the use of cell phones while driving, not just texting but talking as well even if it's hands-free. The issue is that you can't pinpoint one source of distraction.